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Jose Mourinho shoulders blame as Chelsea's horrible season continues

Chelsea suffered yet another setback when they were beaten 2-1 at home by Crystal Palace.

LONDON -- Eventually it came, even if it wasn't anywhere near as likely as Crystal Palace scoring after Chelsea had once again left so much space to exploit around their box. Yet another poor performance by Jose Mourinho's team saw the manager finally criticise himself -- albeit with a caveat, because he was also criticising some of his players.

"I blame myself not to change one of them, because I kept him in the game for 90 minutes," Mourinho said after a 2-1 defeat to Palace that also marked...

 By Phil Lythell

Cesc Fabregas and senior Chelsea players continue season's shoddy start

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop says Chelsea have no excuses for their defeat to Crystal Palace at home.

Chelsea's woeful start to the season continued Saturday with a damaging 2-1 defeat at home to Crystal Palace. A disjointed performance from start to finish allowed a vibrant Palace side to justifiably take all three points back to south London.

A series of below-par individual displays from the club's most celebrated players ensured the team failed to establish any rhythm.

Chelsea had enough half-chances to have stolen a draw but it would have flattered the hosts.

Jose Mourinho's team look a shadow...

Jose Mourinho: Chelsea have had 'very bad start' to Premier League

Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho, talks about the defeat at the hands of Crystal Palace while claiming that his side deserved more.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho paid tribute to Crystal Palace, but lamented his own side's failings and the lack of a penalty award after a second loss in 100 Premier League home games.

Chelsea secured the title with a 1-0 defeat of Palace on May 3, but the Eagles were triumphant on this occasion, stunning the hosts just when they thought Radamel Falcao had got them back into the game with his first goal for the Blues.

Joel Ward popped up to restore the lead, after Bacary Sako's opener, as Palace...